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Somehow scan comment card results into Access database

We have a comments card form that is printed and filled out by users manually.  Is it possible to scan these comments cards and somehow have the data entered into a table in an Access database?

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8/22/2022 - Mon
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I probably didn't explain this one well enough.  We don't want to store the scanned images in the database.  But we do want field data to be scanned and somehow entered into the database.
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Unfortunately the information on the cards is handwritten.  This includes checkboxes that are "X'd" and a name that is handwritten.

I have a feeling this is not going to work.  

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Thought so.  Thanks.
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